I'm a huge Dishonored fan. After the disastrous attempt to reboot the Thief franchise, it really has become the Spiritual Successor to the Thief franchise as well as exceeding it in a few areas (while falling behind in others). The steampunk hellish pseudo-London of the original game is awesome, even if I think the gameplay was a bit wonky and the game was way-way too damn short. Dishonored: Definitive Edition review I admit, I kind of regret the fact The Knife of Dunwall and The Brigmoore Witches were DLC as they really feel like they'd make a good intequal like Dragon Age 2 or Wolfenstein: The Old Blood. There's really some DLC which I think should have been released as separate games, which this definitely qualifies as. It helps Michael Masden is tailor made to voice gravelly voiced video game characters. I've just started Dishonored 2 and this is a game I'm actually hesitant to play because I want to savor the experience. It's kind of an oxymoron experience but I loved Princess Emily and Corvo so much from the original games that I want to take my time enjoying it this time around. I'm a bit iffy about Delilah Copperspoon as the villain since re-using Corypheus was such a bad idea from Dragon Age 2 but she makes a much better antagonist for Emily than she did Daud. I'm definitely going to be playing her for my first playthrough, even though Stephen Russel was an inspired choice for Corvo's VA. Stunt casting or no.